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Fontainebleau Miami Beach Hotel

6,776 reviews
+1 305-538-2000

Top Amenities

Free Wifi
Pets Allowed
Fitness Center

Fontainebleau Miami Beach: A Glittering Seaside Resort

What Does a Fontainebleau Miami Beach Room Include?

The rooms have large windows to maximize the light and view, with blackout drapes for sleeping in. Standard amenities include 400-thread-count linens, free Wi-Fi, iMac computers, iPod docking sound systems, and flat-screen televisions. Your room will also have a safe, minibar, iron, toiletries, hair dryer, and bathrobes. Many of the rooms and suites have breathtaking views of the ocean and the Miami Beach skyline. The modern, sophisticated interiors are deliberately soothing in addition to being elegant. The hotel welcomes your vaccinated, well-behaved pets (maximum two per room, 50 pounds or less) and provides a dog park and free pet tags.

What Features Does the Fontainebleau Miami Beach Offer?

The Fontainebleau is a giant among hotels in Miami Beach, a self-contained entertainment complex on 22 acres of beachfront property. Six pools, all with ocean views, are surrounded by private cabanas with televisions, refrigerators, and butler service. Choose the main free-form pool, or try the European pool or dipping pools. Children have their own interactive waterscape as well as a kids' camp with daily activities. The on-site Lapis spa specializes in mineral waters and thermal therapies.  There are also several on-site restaurants, bars, cafés, and nightclubs to choose from. The concierge team is available every day until 11 p.m.

How Much Will a Stay at Fontainebleau Miami Beach Cost?

Room rates start at around $400 in summer. Winter rates start from $550. In addition to room rates, resort fees are included and start at $22.

What’s There to Do Nearby?

Shopping on Lincoln Road is a very popular activity for guests at Fontainebleau. The nearby South Beach area is a colorful place to dine, shop, people-watch, or party into the night.

What are the Nightlife and Dining Options at Fontainebleau Miami Beach?

A dozen restaurants offer casual dining and fine cuisine. Hakkasan serves elegant modern Chinese meals. Michael Mina 74 dishes up dynamic, whimsical bistro fare. Scarpetta has won the James Michelin award for its Italian-inspired cuisine, and Stripsteak is a modern take on the traditional steakhouse. The nightlife at Fontainebleau happens in four stylish venues. Liv is an 18,000-square-foot lavishly decorated club that attracts celebrities and the local glitterati. Bleau Bar is an upscale hotel lobby lounge, and Michael Mina 74 "blurs the lines between a restaurant, bar and ultra-lounge." Glow Bar and La Cote both offer cocktails al fresco.

What’s the Bottom Line?

The Fontainebleau Miami Beach is a large and luxurious resort that offers a staggering assortment of fine restaurants, luxurious swimming pools, beach activities, and spa treatments for guests who want to be pampered.

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4441 Collins Avenue
Miami, FL 33140
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User Highlights
"Wonderful stretch of beach" "Perfect location on the beach"
Only 56% said the beach was clean enough.
Wellness Area
"Excellent Gym" "Spa was Amazing"
top-notch fitness area, thought 97%.
"Fabulous location" "Great location and amenities"
93% appreciated the closeness to the beach.
Not enough parking facilities, according to 76%.
"Amazing pool area" "Great pools and restaurants"
Dirty pool, said 63%.
"Huge buffet breakfast" "Large egg"
"Checkin staff disinterested" "Unfriendly staff"
70% found the staff to be very friendly.
55% indicated the reception staff was not good.
"Broken AC" "Broken refrigerator"
63% said rooms were dirty.
89% thought the view was good.
"Internet service provided for “ free" "Free internet access"
79% said the wifi quality was bad.
63% thought it was adequately priced.
"Dirty bed made" "Dirty carpet"
63% said rooms were dirty.
77% thought it was clean.
Value for money
"Paying for entertainment" "Everything is overpriced"
The price was too high for 87%.
80% said beverages were too expensive.

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Reception should be more attentive
Friendly atmosphere
Rooms could be cleaner
Nice building
Expert Reviews
Condé Nast Traveler
A three-year renovation has put the 1,504-room beachside behemoth back on the map, with an over-the-top atmosphere and adjacent towers housing rooms, 11 restaurants, and a $50 million spa.
Afar Magazine
Fontainebleau is perhaps Miami's most legendary hotel, dating back to the mid-20th-century golden age of South Beach's social scene. Opened in 1954, the hotel has seen a number of...
The Telegraph
The epitome of mid-century Miami glamour,this place is as famous for its storied past as it is for being one of the hottest Miami hotels. The 1950s, 1,504-room resort was reopened in 2008...
Hotel Information
Bar or Lounge
Business Center
Child Activities
Child Care
Fitness Center
Free Wifi
No Smoking
Pets Allowed
Spa or Sauna
From 4:00pm*must be 18 or older to check-in
Until 11:00am
# of Rooms
  • Deposit: USD 150 per night
  • Resort Fee: USD 36.48 per accommodation, per night
  • Parking Fee: USD 48.15 per night (in/out privileges)
  • Pet Fee: USD 100 per pet, per stay
  • Rollaway Bed Fee: USD 45.0 per night
  • Breakfast Fee: USD 28.00 per person (approximately)
Handicap Accessible
Wheelchair Accessible